A tri-pod mounted camera was used in varying time exposures to allow the wind to paint the motion of trees and leaves upon the film. Both black and white and color film were used for different effects. The photos begin with more distant shots of tree structures and then move in closer to paint quite abstract and impressionistic images. First the black and white and then the color photos are loosely sequenced to follow this progression.
The photos were taken in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. Some appeared in the Swiss magazine CAMERA, and were in two exhibits.